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NMHPV You’re only human –NMHPV support for nurses in COVID-19
Nurses share their experiences of working within the COVID-19 pandemic to encourage others to develop a self-care plan and seek support with the Nursing and Midwifery Health Program Victoria. You’re only human. Don’t wait until you hit crisis point.
David Brewster, deputy director of intensive care at Cabrini Health, the clinical dean for the Monash University Clinical School
Carolyn McDonald, an experienced nurse and nurse counsellor at the Nursing and Midwifery Health Program.
Duration: 41min 7sec
Nurse & Midwife Support Podcast #1 – Thriving in midwifery and nursing
With Mark Aitken (Consultant and Stakeholder Engagement Manager, Nurse & Midwife Support), Sam Eddy (executive coach and wellbeing trainer) and Dianne Lee (registered general and psychiatric nurse, registered psychologist)
Nursing Review Podcast – Tracy Levett-Jones discusses the ‘Virtual Empathy Museum’
UTS academic and member of the Empathy Initiative discusses current empathy/compassion research being undertaken to inform student learning and patient care.
Foureur, M., Besley, K., Burton, G., Yu, N., & Crisp, J. (2013). Enhancing the resilience of nurses and midwives: Pilot of a mindfulnessbased program for increased health, sense of coherence and decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Contemporary nurse, 45(1), 114-125.
NMHPV is a free, confidential and independent support service for nurses, midwives and nursing/midwifery students in need of support with sensitive health issues related to their substance use and/or mental health impairment.